This Society is one of the most active Societies in the state of Georgia. Their monthly publication, The Taylor Tracer, is outstanding and you will be thrilled with the content.
Reading each issue is like going back in time and living where your ancestors did....reading news items, viewing old photos...the variety of topics covered is amazing!
Contact John Adams for more information.
NEEDED! Catalogues or information on graduates of Butler Female College and Male Institute (1873-1920) for publishing History of Schools in Taylor Co.
Central Georgia Genealogical SOCIETY This Society covers 27 counties located in Central Georgia. It publishes a Quarterly and conducts classes for beginning genealogists. It has also published numerous county books.
Founded in 1969, the Society of Georgia Archivists (SGA) represents nearly 200 individuals and repositories (libraries and museums) that care for historical records.GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
- latest developments in the records-keeping field
- Provenance, the journal of the Society of Georgia Archivists
- SGA Newsletter.
- Offers workshops, annual meetings and misc. publications.
Its operating hours are Tuesday through Saturday 10 am - 5 pm, closed Sunday and Monday (no evening hours available downtown). GHS has a very helpful and congenial staff. Copying costs are $0.15 each for members, $0.30 each for non-members (all copies done by staff), $0.25 for microfilm copies (at one of two printers which sometimes have their problems, copies done by the researcher).
Some publications are available for sale. Parking is free on Saturday, and on Tuesday through Friday may be free (behind the building and at the other end of the block) or on a meter (across the street from the building, Hodgson Hall, which is at the corner of Gaston Street and 501 Whitaker Street, Savannah, Georgia 31499 (912) 651-2128). GHS has no available computer resources.
NATIONAL GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY  Keep in touch with national genealogy events.